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Also about universe and insignificant+146Sometimes you just stand in front of the mirror and suddenly you see your reflection and remember you're just a human on a planet in the universe and you're just a tiny insignificant speck and you'll wonder if there is a god and a meaning to life and if there's life after death...and then you just shrug it off and sit back down at your computer, amirite?
Also about universe and insignificant+296Earth is so insignificant. This planet could could just disappear and the rest of the universe wouldn't even budge, amirite?
Also about universe and dust+239When you think about how big the earth is and understand that is is just a small speck of dust in the universe, it is easy to rationalize eating a whole cake, amirite?
Also by ilikederpypizza+21We're all just insignificant specs of dust in the scale of the universe and nothing really matters, amirite?
Also about universe and scale+10This planet is where all of us who ever were lived and all of us who will ever be will live, and we can’t seem to get along. When my microcosm comes into conflict with yours, we fight. Raise this to a national scale and a war breaks out. Maybe, if we reflect long enough on our inconsequentialness, not only in comparison to the immensity of the universe, but also bearing in mind the length of our existence to the grand flow of time, we might avoid the conflict and live in peace...or not because we're all dipshits, amirite?
Also about Life+43It must be hard for the loud, in your face types to admit they suffer from depression or crippling insecurities or both, amirite?
Also about universe and matters+20The people who think that nothing we do matters because the world will one day end and be forgotten have it backwards. When you break it down, "mattering" requires two things (something that matters, and some sentient being for it to matter to). The universe is mostly nothing, with nothing to matter and no one for something to matter to. So, really, we're some of the very few things in the universe that ever can matter, amirite?
Also about Life+48Overuse of the word "seriously" is extremely irritating amirite?
Also about universe and insignificant+74It's stupid to say that Earth is insignificant due to size, Earth is home to amazing creatures, finding creatures on par with the complexities of them isn't a walk in the Milky Way, so perhaps not in the entire universe as a whole, but in a large area around ourselves, we're a pretty damn big deal especially for such a small planet, amirite?